Marta Dziewańska

Marta Dziewańska

Lives and works in Bern.
Marta Dziewańska is curator at Kunstmuseum Bern. Between 2007 and the end of 2018 she was head of research at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw and, in 2017, a curatorial advisor for documenta 14, Athens and Kassel.

She curated and co-curated several exhibition projects: “Tools for Utopia. Selected Works from the Daros Latinamerica Collection” (Kunstmuseum Bern, 2020), “Things Fall Apart. Swiss Art from Boecklin to Valloton” (Kunstmuseum Bern, 20219/2020),  „The Other Trans-Atlantic. Kinetic and Op art in Eastern Europe and Latin America, 50s-70s” (MoMA Warsaw and Sesc Sao Paulo, Brazil 2017/2018), “MIRIAM CAHN: I AS HUMAN” (Kunstmuseum Bern, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, 2019), “Alina Szapocznikow: Human Landscapes” (The Hepworth Wakefield, UK), “Andrzej Wróblewski: Recto/Verso” (MoMA Warsaw and Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid, 2015/2016), “Maria Bartuszova. Provisional Forms” (MoMA Warsaw, 2015), and others.

 

Editor and co-editor of (among others): Tools for Utopia. Selected Works from the Daros Latinamerica Collection (Hatje Cantz Verlag and Kunstmuseum Bern, 2020), Teruko Yokoi: Tokyo-New York-Paris-Bern (Hatje Cantz Verlag and Kunstmuseum Bern, 2020), MIRIAM CAHN: I AS HUMAN, (Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw and University of Chicago Press, 2019), Maria Bartuszova: Provisional Forms (2015), with A. Bonacina and L. Heese of Alina Szapocznikow: Human Landscapes (Walter König Verlag, 2018), with D. Roelstraete and A. Winograd of The Other Trans-Atlantic. Kinetic and Op art in Eastern Europe and Latin America (Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw and University of Chicago Press, 2017), with André Lepecki, of Points of Convergence. Alternative Views on Performance (Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw and University of Chicago Press, 2017), with Éric de Chassey, of Andrzej Wróblewski. Recto/Verso (Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw and University of Chicago Press, 2015), and with Claire Bishop, of 1968-1989. Political Upheaval and Artistic Change (Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw and University of Chicago Press, 2009), and others.  Her writings have appeared in numerous catalogs as well as art magazines.

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